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Osprey
Atmos 65 Backpack (Men's)

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The Atmos 65 brings a ventilated mesh backpanel with side crescents to multi-day backpacking. An ultra-comfortable and adjustable foam harness and hipbelt provides superb fit while our AirSpeed suspension provides great carry.

Features

  • New lightweight, high strength fabric set for excellent durability and lighter trail weight
  • Front stretch woven pocket for quick, convenient storage
  • Side stretch mesh pockets with InsideOutTM compression
  • Zippered fabric hipbelt pockets provide secure, accessible storage
  • Two large front zippered pockets help organize gear
  • Floating top pocket with under lid mesh pocket
  • Large main compartment with hydration sleeve and reservoir clip
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Stow-on-the-GoTM quick stash trekking pole attachment system
  • Dual ice axe loops with bungee tie-offs
  • Made with 210D high tenacity twill nylon, 100D high tenacity mini-ripstop nylon
  • Zippered sleeping bag compartment with removable divider

Gender: Men's
Weight: 3 Lbs. 6 oz., 1.53 kg
Dimensions: 31" x 17" x 16"
Pack Capacity: 62 L
Season: F13
Vendor ProductId: 14265
Review ProductId: 29280

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OspreyAtmos 65 Backpack (Men's)
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

The best multi-day pack!!

By Yukon Cornelius

from chattanooga, tn

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Durable construction
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Great Customer Service
  • Hydration ready
  • Very lightweight
  • Well Ventilated

Cons

  • Small Opening To Brain
  • Zipper On Pocket Sticks

Best Uses

  • Long distance hiking
  • Multi-day trips
  • Over night trips
  • traveling

Comments about Osprey Atmos 65 Backpack (Men's):

I used this pack on my 2014 Appalachian Trail thru hike. After 2186.4 miles the pack is still in fantastic shape. I will be using this pack for a long time to come.. Thank you Osprey for making a great pack!!

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5.0

Love this backpack and love Osprey!!

By Dianne

from Phoenix, AZ

Verified Buyer

Comments about Osprey Atmos 65 Backpack (Men's):

I absolutely love this backpack - my 3rd Osprey backpack to date, love this company!! Their design and quality is amazing. The fit is more customized with this pack as well coming with movable shoulder straps for a more custom fit. The ventilated mesh backpanel is superb, helping to better distribute the pack weight while keeping the sweat away.

 
5.0

Great product and great service!!

By summerdog

from kansas city

Verified Buyer

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        Comments about Osprey Atmos 65 Backpack (Men's):

        Love the product. Great pack!!

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        5.0

        Even better than the original Atmos!

        By Jeff

        from Chattanooga

        Staff Reviewer

        Pros

        • BREATHES WELL
        • Durable fabrics
        • Great suspension
        • Spacious
        • Supportive
        • Ultralight
        • Well-padded

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Osprey Atmos 65 Backpack (Men's):

            I've owned the original Atmos 50 for several years, and was surprised to hear that Osprey was revising both the Atmos 50 and Atmos 65. What could they possibly improve? With a weeklong backpacking trip on the horizon, and the heinous prospect of carrying dog food along with 7 days of my own grub, I decided to take the plunge on the "new and improved" Atmos 65.

            Let me be the first to admit that my suspicions were unfounded. How did Osprey manage this? The updated pack is significantly lighter -- the 2012 Atmos 65 only weighs a couple of ounces more than last year's Atmos 50! -- but the fabrics used feel just as tough as the previous model, and none of the features have been compromised in the name of going ultralight. They've also improved the padding on the waist belt and shoulder straps.

            This is THE pack to have, and I can't recommend it more highly. If I could choose six stars, I would. The suspension is efficient and transfers the load beautifully; unlike many lightweight backpacks, you can actually load this one up to the top without setting aside $ for future chiropractor visits.

            I pack pretty light when I'm on the trail, but I started out with 38 pounds in this bad boy for the aforementioned trip, and it felt like 25... all from a backpacking pack that weighs 3.5 or 4 pounds, depending on the frame size.

            What's not to like? The side pockets fit my water bottles easily, and my pocket camera fits in the hip pockets. The compression straps are well-placed and effective. The sleeping bag compartment is MAMMOTH; I easily carried a +15F bag, 1" Therm-A-Rest and silk liner in there at once, smooshed inside a lightweight dry bag.

            Multiple outer pockets provide several options for storing potentially-wet items like crossing shoes, rain jacket, pack cover and water filter. The pack rides very comfortably, the load lifters are perfectly-placed and this thing just LOOKS cool (mine is "oxide red")...

            If you were on the fence about Osprey's original, award-winning Atmos series packs, it's time to man up (or woman up, although you'll want an Aura 65) and pick one of these up. Seriously. This is THE best backpacking pack on the market right now.

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